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Consisting of more than 1,000 acres and a chateau, the vineyard produced its first vintage in 1976.
Eventually, the ownership of the vineyard passed down to Tom and Sally’s son John, and the vineyard was opened to the public for tours in 2013.
I am petitioning the FDNY to add his name to the Memorial Wall. Thomas was my grandfather and my cousin is Eddy O'Brien who grew up on 102nd Street.
I am glad that it still has Richmond Hillites visiting and writing. I would also like to know what happened to Karl's Motors, a BSA and Yamaha dealership from that same period. So much fun finding this website and reading everyone's entries. I believe I have exhausted all on line info and will go to the library when I visit New York but wondered if anyone had information on this part of our history.
Guests are invited into the library of the chateau for a wine tasting that includes food prepared by the winery’s chef.
Wines at the tastings include such choices as Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon.
I recently visited my old home town of Richmond Hill. Used to live on 86th avenue between 102 and 104 streets. We moved from Woodhaven to Richmond Hill in 1950 and started Holy Child in 3rd Grade. Direct private cremation - no visitation or viewing per Al's wishes. Published in Newsday on May 17, 2017 My father, Dennis Mooney, passed away in 2011. He said his father's drinking hole was O'Neill's on Liberty and 113th. Then they moved to Long Island where I was born and raised and often spoke of Richmond Hill and their neighbors that became close friends. My mom and I walked out with about 0 dollars in prizes, Father Shine kidded with us that this was a "Charity event" LOL. Not a day goes by where I think about someone or something from Richmond Hill. It broke my heart to read a comment from 2006 where Annemarie asked about Lenny Tusa.
I didn't stick around as long as I expected on my visit. Lived on 121st St and Jamaica Ave for a short while and then to Lefferts Blvd in the 91st Ave block. Masonic Bkgrnd Tyrian Lodge #618,1952 Brooklyn, NY. Friends welcome to attend inurnment of cremated remains at LI Natl. Was born in 1942 and lived in Richmond Hill area until he moved the family to California in 1973. He had such fond memories of the neighborhood he grew up in. It was interesting for me to see the proximity of this lovely neighborhood so close to the Big City. just read your comment about your dad owning carlos pizza. I am still wondering if any one knows or remembers Nancy Hecht, Billy Haas, Harold Meyer, Judy Meyer, Henry or Doris Mueller, Ronny Saxon, John Farone, or Pat Mugavero. I learned this very afternoon that Lenny passed away this week.
After many years in NJ and Illinois, Susan and I visited RH and were disappointed in the lack of trees and the bad condition of the remaining ones. met by war monument which had the names of all Richmond Hill's Vets. i would love to hear from anyone one who might remember me. Always went with my brother and sister to Cypress Pool on the J train, ate lots of ice cream at Jahn's, stayed cool at RKO movies, and Sunday's we went to Rockaway Beach! Although I was quite small when we moved I still hold great memories of the neighborhood. I found a blog, Heather Likes Food, and there's a recipe German Crumb Cake that is very similar to Gebhard's.